|63 Wax Museum (63 왁스뮤지엄)|
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|The 63 Wax Museum is your chance to get up close and personal with some of your favorite stars and world figures (or at least extremely realistic-looking replicas of them)! The 63 Wax Museum (B3 of 63 City) is the first celebrity wax museum in Korea and is a moderately-sized facility with 70 figures categorized into 11 sections.
In the Hall of Fame, visitors can meet former Korean leaders such as Gimgu, Park Jeong Hee, and Kim Dae Jung. Wax figures of Einstein, Gandhi, and Beethoven can be seen in the Historical Figures section and David Beckham and Tiger Woods are among the famous figures in the Sports Star section. The museum also offers unique sections such as the Scary Gallery, Animation Zone, and more.
|Exhibition Hall Information|
|Hall of Fame: Former Korean leaders Gimgu, Park
Jeong Hee, Kim Dae jung, etc.
Historical Fiqures: Einstein, Gandhi, Beethoven, etc.
Last Supper: Jesus and his 12 disciples
Sports Stars: David Beckham, Tiger Woods, etc.
Hall of Artists, Hall of Celebrities, Scary Gallery, Animation Zone, and more.
|Admission / Participation Fees|
|[63 Wax Museum]
Adults (ages 19 and more) 15,000 won / Children (ages 3 and more) & Seniors 13,000 won
※ Refer to the homepage. (English)
|Credit Cards Accepted|
|Free for the first hour
※ If purchasing BIG5, BIG4, or BIG3 ticket, 3-hour free parking will be given.
※ If purchasing two tickets, 2-hour free parking will be given.
※ If purchasing one ticket, 30-min free parking will be given.
Daebang Station (Seoul Subway Line 1), Exit 6.
Go straight for 40m towards Yeoui-do.
Take Bus 62 or the free shuttle bus to 63 City.
Yeouinaru Station (Seoul Subway Line 5), Exit 4.
Go straight for 80m towards MBC (next to Sambu Apartment No.6).
Take Bus 5534, 5633, 261, 8360 or 7611 or the free shuttle bus to 63 City.
Shuttle bus schedule
Weekdays & Saturdays: 11:30-17:30, 21:00-23:00
Sundays & Holidays: 09:00-23:00
(Korean, English, Chinese, Japanese)